SERVPRO is a national Brand leader in the fire and water damage, cleanup and restoration industry. Founded in 1967, the SERVPRO Franchise System is a national network of over 1,800+ Franchises, covering 95% of American zip codes. SERVPRO is rated by Entrepreneur magazine as the number 4 Franchise in America. SERVPRO has also held the top spot as best restoration Franchise for 10 years in a row in Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500. In 2019, the SERVPRO Franchise System mitigated and restored $3 Billion+ in property damage. We serve, via national account programs, the largest insurance & commercial clients in the United States. Our business model is simple: SERVPRO provides readiness planning and rapid response to cleanup and helps prevent additional property damage as quickly as possible. This preparation and response helps lower the amount of demolition and reconstruction necessary following a disaster. We refer to this as “restore vs. replace.” Servpro Industries, LLC. is the Franchisor of the SERVPRO Franchise System in the United States. Servpro specializes in serving public facilities, property management companies and other commercial entities. All work in the SERVPRO System is performed by the network of over 1,800 independently owned and operated SERVPRO Franchises. The SERVPRO System has the scalable resources needed to quickly respond to any large-scale restoration project. Rapid response Large Loss Teams are strategically positioned throughout the country and have helped countless organizations and businesses resume operations following some of the nation’s largest disasters, including Superstorm Sandy, Hurricane Katrina, and the Pentagon after 9/11. SERVPRO pioneered the development of the state-of-the-art Emergency READY Program for quick electronic access to facility information when and if needed due to a disaster event. Knowing what to do, who to call and what to expect in advance are keys to timely mitigation and to help minimize the effect of water and fire damage while establishing priority response for your facilities. Just recently, an advisory on business continuity and disaster recovery planning issued by three federal agencies, including the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, stated that organizations should prepare for widespread disruption. The advisory comes after a joint review by regulators in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, which caused widespread damage to Northeastern states. Per the SEC, the advisory was issued for organizations “to review their business continuity plans so as to improve responses to and reduce recovery time after significant large-scale events”. Among other factors, the advisory said firms' business continuity plans should consider critical vendor relationships.
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